Music & Colour workshops
The Avazad Music & Colour Workshops offer the unique opportunity to experience art through live music.
With a range of tutorials that demonstrate effects achieved using art materials, the sessions provide participants the practical and creative tools that empower them to express themselves and their experience of the music.
No experience required- all materials available for purchase.
A package deal is available that allows participants to order materials straight to their doorstep, the cost of which is included in the ticket. After the booking has been processed a confirmation email will be sent including the zoom link required to attend the online event.
Please note, these tickets are available up to 1 week before the event so as to ensure that deliveries arrive on time.
Season 1: January-April
Season 2: April - July
Season 3: September-November
£15 Materials included
launching the composers' forum
On the first Sunday of February 2021 we launched the Avazad Composers Forum, designed to give emerging composers the opportunity to showcase their work and engage in informal discussion on a range of topics. The initiative was created to support established and aspiring professionals in reaching a greater audience, giving music enthusiasts a fascinating insight in to what goes on behind the scenes, in the conception and realisation of contemporary classical compositions.
Connecting lives in times of isolation
Over the past few months the Corona virus has caused devastation and chaos, and a state of isolation has now become a global phenomenon. Since we are unable to play together as musicians, we have decided to assemble a collage of sounds, and we want to hear your voice!
Whether that’s a musical improvisation, cough, sneeze, sigh or scream of frustration – anything is possible, and you do not need to be a musician to get involved! We will be combining the material to form a composition based on the theme of ‘Isolation’ with the goal of bringing people together if not physically – then at least spiritually.
If you would like to contribute to the sound archive. please send an mp3 or wav file to . It should be no longer than 2 mins long, and should aim to have as little background noise as possible.